Saturday Evening – 6pm (Contemporary with worship band and Kidz Stuff)
Sunday Morning – 7:45am (Traditional Prayer Book Rite 2)
Sunday Morning – 10am (Contemporary with worship band and Kidz Stuff)
We realize trying to find a place to worship can be an intimidating experience. When you decide to visit St. Philip’s we want you to feel welcome and unafraid.
What do most people wear? Most people dress casually. Jeans and shorts are fine. During a sport season, you often see football, hockey, or baseball jerseys.
What do I do with children? There are several options:
- We realize as a visitor your child might not feel comfortable leaving you. If this is the case, feel free to keep them in the sanctuary.
- Cry Room – There is a cry room located directly behind the sanctuary where you can take your child. The cry room has a large glass window that looks into the sanctuary and has a sound system. The room has toys, a changing table, and other quiet options for children. Your child can play while you can continue to participate in worship.
- Nursery (0-2 yrs. old) and Pre-School (3 – 4 yrs. old) – Before the service or at any time during the service you can check your child into the nursery or pre-school. Your child will stay with caring adults until the end of the service when you sign them out.
- Kidz Stuff (K – 5th Grade) – Kidz Stuff offers an opportunity for children to hear about Jesus with age appropriate lessons, crafts, and games. Children are dismissed to the Kidz Stuff team after the first worship song. Your child will return after the message so they can participate in communion or receive a blessing.
Who can receive communion? If you believe in Jesus as the Son of God who has died and was raised from the dead for your sins as your Lord and Savior then you are invited to the table. If for any reason you do not feel comfortable receiving communion you can still come and receive a blessing from one of the pastors.
What is communion like at St. Philip’s? Since St. Philip’s comes from the Anglican tradition, we offer wafers and wine at communion. Most people will take the wafer and dip it into the wine and consume both bread and wine at the same time. We do offer a gluten free wafer if you need. Please just ask for it from the server as they come by.
When you visit St. Philip’s please allow the offering basket to pass by without feeling obligated or “guilted” into giving! We want you to experience the love and grace of God in worship!
Your presence is your gift to us!